*Official* NBR Desktop Overclocker's Lounge [laptop owners welcome, too]

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  1. TheDantee

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    VCCIO - 1.1V
    SA - 1.15V
    CPU - 1.355V
    RAM - 1.35V
    LLC 7 VRM Frequency Manually set to 850
    AVX Offset 0
    Cache x47
     
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    Can you try stock clock speed for 9900K (MCE DISABLED)? Then post results.
     
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    Marginally lower Physics Score at 4.7Ghz
    EDIT - JUST REALIZED THIS IS 3.6GHZ
     

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    Ok 4.7GHz... Shockingly close like less than 1K Points from CPU being at 5GHz and 5.2GHz for Overall Score however the Physics Score didnt change much 23.2K at 5GHz it was at 23.6K
     

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    P0/R0 stepping for your 9900K ? The Physics scores is overall too low.
    upload_2019-7-20_19-47-13.png

    Can you run InSpectre tool and post screenshoot?
     
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    P0 Stepping.
     

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    Disable both then re-boot and test again. Remember disable your AV software before testing.

    Time fly and I'm soon on the way for my usual 1 months Summer Vacation:vbbiggrin: Hope you get it fixed.
     
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    Thanks for the Help! Broke 34K still nowhere near where it should be tho
     

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    That doesn't sound right to me, because going from 4.7Ghz to 5.0Ghz is a 6.3% increase in clockspeed, yet you're only seeing a 1.7% increase in the CPU score. This makes me think that the CPU is being power or temperature limited when at 5.0Ghz, so I'd check to make sure temperatures are ok and that you have the power limit in the motherboard BIOS extended so that you're not bumping up against the power limit. You'll also want to make sure that the maximum allowed Amps (A) setting is high enough for the increased power limit that you've set. When I overclocked my 6700K I had to increase both the Power Limits and also that Amp setting I talked about. You'll probably want to use HWInfo (Sensors) to create graphs to monitor CPU clockspeed, CPU temperatures and CPU Package Power - you could then run various CPU tests and then look back at the graphs to see what your CPU had been doing during that testing to help you troubleshoot the issue. HWInfo (Sensors) also includes "Throttle Reasons" type variables that can be monitored, so you can also take a look at those to see if any kind of "throttle trigger" has been tripped during your testing.
     
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    When running 5GHz I checked Clock Speed remained at 5GHz the entire time
     
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